I consider scheduling a SQL Server job that reorganizes all tables nightly. We don't have enterprise, so we cannot rebuild online (this means we need to reorganize). We also don't want to invest too ...
I'm researching defragmenting databases and it seems the following SQL statement is what I'm looking for: ALTER INDEX ALL ON mytablename REBUILD WITH(ONLINE = ON) When I pull the info from ...
If a user never runs REBUILD or REORGANIZE on their database, does SQL Server still somehow defragment the indexes? MSDN suggests that if an index is over 30% fragmented, it is recommended to run ...
When should you rebuild an index? vs reorganize? What index fragmentation value is considered healthy?